Leprechaun vs Wishmaster: Face Off

The power of a wish is something extraordinary. For some, it will drive them to achieve greatness in their work or personal lives. For others it is a heart’s desire that is finally being fulfilled. And for these two supernatural beings, desire can be the ultimate weapon.

First of all, this evil guy shows us that evil can come in small packages. He’s Irish all year round, but he leprechaun is not someone to stumble across on St. Patrick’s Day. He has a penchant for hoarding his gold and woe to anyone who thinks of taking it. If you’re after his gold, he’ll unwrap his lucky charms to make you regret it in all sorts of ways. Jennifer Aniston was able to escape his grasp and acquire a lot of gold of her own, but not many others can say the same. If he wants to kill you… at least he looks like he’s having fun.

On the other hand, wish master takes requests very seriously. deadly serious He has been trapped in a gem for thousands of years. When he is finally released, he just wants to grant as many wishes as possible so he can collect enough souls to open a portal to his homeworld. From there, the Djinn will overtake the world and… we’ll all be screwed. This guy enjoys turning his prey’s desires into a very literal form of what they’re asking for. Spoiler alert: things never end well for them. But what will happen when these magical enemies cross paths? Be careful what you wish for as we… FACE OFF!

This episode of Face Off was written by Bryan Wolford, narrated by Shawn Knippelberg and edited by Stephen White. But let’s not have the last word – tell us in the comments which magical creature is your favorite – leprechaun or wish master?

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